Altair launches startup program
The global program offers preferential pricing to startups for its simulation-driven design, computer-aided engineering, cloud computing and Internet of Things software solutions.
Altair (Troy, MI, US) announced on July 31 the launch of its simulation-driven innovation software to qualified startup companies through its newly formed Altair Startup Program. Tailored to the needs of the startup community, the global program offers preferential pricing for its simulation-driven design, computer-aided engineering, cloud computing and Internet of Things software solutions. The program also provides no-cost expert consulting for the Altair HyperWorks physics optimization platform.
“The startup community has always been at the forefront of innovation in new and high-growth markets of shared interest,” says Michael J. Kidder, SVP of Corporate Marketing for Altair. “This program provides a powerful vehicle for Altair to connect more directly with hardware startups to help mitigate product performance and financial risks early, realize a successful exit and cost-effectively scale for growth with Altair’s open-architecture simulation solutions.”
The program includes access to Altair software titles, Altair Partner Alliance software applications, online training courses, consulting support and co-marketing opportunities.
To learn more visit altair.com/startup.
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